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How to get Larkspur Prime Relics in Warframe – all relics and locations

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Larkspur Prime is the signature weapon of Hildryn Prime in Warframe. This variant of the standard Larkspur has improved critical chance and multiplier stats, as well as an increased maximum ammunition count. This massive beam weapon does Radiation damage, making it ideal for enemies with Alloy Armor, Robotic, or Infested Sinew.

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Larkspur Prime is a pretty good Archwing Weapon and is worth experimenting with for a variety of builds and missions. Time spent getting your hand on the Larkspur Prime should be well rewarded, and this is only the second Prime Archwing weapon in the game.

Which Relics do you need for Larkspur Prime in Warframe

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To get the Larkspur Prime Relics, you need to play through an assortment of missions in Warframe. All missions in the game have their own drop tables that dictate rewards. Knowing which missions to run to get specific Relics is key, as is knowing what missions to go to for quick completions so you can make your farming as efficient as possible. First, let’s cover the Relics you need for Larkspur Prime:

  • Larkspur Prime Blueprint – Meso H4 – Common
  • Larkspur Prime Receiver – Axi G10 – Uncommon
  • Larkspur Prime Stock – Lith K10 – Uncommon
  • Larkspur Prime Barrel – Neo L2 – Rare

Related: How to get Hildryn Prime Relics in Warframe

Which missions to run for the best chance at Larkspur Relic Drops in Warframe

The real secret to Prime Relic farming is knowing where to go for the best chance of getting specific Relic types. Below, you will find a list of great options for farming all four types of Relics, be they Lith, Meso, Neo, or Axi.

  • Lith Hepit in the Void. A quick capture mission that will give you Lith Relics every 60 to 90 seconds. Run them solo to ensure you don’t need to wait for teammates, and equip a speedy Warframe to maximize your efforts.
  • Meso Io on Jupiter. This defense mission makes for an easy clear if you stay central and just use a broad AoE attack to kill anything that comes your way. Banshee and Equinox make quick work of it.
  • Neo – There is an interesting mission on Eris at the Oestrus node. This Infested Salvage mission can be finished quickly in a group, making it a great spot to farm Neo Relic. Xini on Eris also has a great chance of dropping Neo Relics on the first rotation. You can also run Ukko in the Void, another capture mission with a 50% chance of dropping Neo Relics.
  • Axi Xini on Eris will drop Axi Relics on the second and third rounds. There is also an equal chance of getting ANY Axi Relic, making it a prime (no pun intended) spot for getting them.

How to build Larkspur Prime in Warframe

The good news is that building a Prime weapon is a bit different from building a prime Warframe. The Relic contains the pieces, not just blueprints, that you need, and you don’t need to gather more resources. Just head to the Foundry and combine everything you have found, along with some Orokin Cells. These will take 24 hours to combine, and your weapon will then be complete.

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Aidan O'Brien
Aidan has been playing games for over three decades and has been writing about them for about five years. When not getting stomped on by the creations of Hidetaka Miyazaki he enjoys spending too much time in Warframe, Destiny 2, and any ARPG with a solid grind. When not writing, he is doing inexplicable behind-the-scenes magic.